Dracula is a created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, It is a drama-horror TV series eponymous to the 1897 novel by Bram Stoker. Jonathan Harker (John Heffernan), an emotionally withdrawn attorney, finds himself in Count Dracula’s (Claes Bang) castle in Transylvania, with regards to legal aid needed for the purchase of some property.

His arrival contributes to a series of misadventures that reroute the length of his life. The origin of the series is based upon the foundational structure of the publication, but as the story progresses, its deviation from the publication is visible in the small details that slowly take shape. With its terrifying visuals and haunting aftertaste, could there be another season of the show? Here is what we know.

Release Date

The first season of Dracula’ premiered on January 1, 2020, and ended on January 3, 2020, after airing on BBC One more than three successive days. The 3 episodes of the first season were jointly released on Netflix on January 4, 2020. The episodes have a runtime of 88-91 minutes each.

A documentary for the show titled Search of Dracula with Mark Gatiss’ ran on BBC Two on January 3, 2020, with the creator passing insights about the story of Count Dracula. The very first season garnered positive reviews, although it was regarded as a miniseries. Based on statements provided by the founders, fans are thinking that the creators may be interested in renewing the show for a second season.

Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat playfully talked about how Dracula’s character is about revival, which seems subtly indicative of its possible yield. Gatiss appeared enthusiastic about his character Renfield, who’s Dracula’s morally depleted lawyer, making a comeback. Claes Bang also expressed deep interest, which shows the chance of this series getting “resurrected.” But, there’s absolutely no official mention of a release date yet. If a different installment were to be greenlit, then we can anticipate Dracula’ season 2 to release sometime in ancient 2022.


Claes Bang because Count Dracula would most likely be back if there is ever a season 2 predicated on Gatiss’ announcement of reviving Dracula. The same could be said about Dolly Wells’ character as Sister Agatha and her identical descendant, Dr. Zoe. The next season has to be interrupted with a striking plot twist to retain both these characters, which means that Mark Gatiss may return as the infamous Dracula’s lawyer. But, there are fewer opportunities for John Heffernan, who plays Jonathan Harker, to be recast in the next season.


The first season of Dracula was wrapped up in terms of the storyline. The viewers were given complete closure with both Dracula’s and Zoe’s characters dying in their collective embrace of departure. Zoe’s character dies because of cancer, and Dracula’s death is caused by Zoe’s cancerous blood he drinks to overcome his fear. Given the unnatural character of the plot, they are both alive.

The creators of this show are reputed to be creative with their scripts. Even if they have consumed the best parts of the original publication, they’ll still find a way to redirect the narrative to a new plot. The second season may perhaps show that Dracula somehow survives his poisoning, and it will most likely be a narrative of character growth and redemption. It’s even possible that his past might swerve up into the surface with developments surrounding the history of events connected with him.